On Friday, September 7, one Jane’s story reached the Senate Judiciary Committee thanks to Rochelle Garza, a Jane’s Due Process referral attorney who was invited to share with the senators how one of Judge Kavanaugh’s decisions impacted a 17-year-old asylum-seeker in immigration detention.
She spoke truth to power.
— Jane’s Due Process (@JanesDueProcess) September 7, 2018
Read Rochelle’s full written testimony here.
You can follow our live tweets from the hearing here.
News coverage of Rochelle Garza’s testimony includes:
–Lawyer in Immigrant’s Abortion Case Says Kavanaugh Imposed ‘Unjustifiable’ Hurdle in The National Law Journal
–Supreme Court hearing: Kavanaugh voted to delay abortion for unauthorized immigrant teen in Texas in The Dallas Morning News
Want more background about the Jane Doe case? Read our blog post & press release about Kavanaugh’s ruling in the Jane Doe case in October 2017.